You’ve found the right vehicle for you, thoroughly researched pricing, and the dealership and you have settled on a purchase price. At this point, it seems reasonable enough that you could let your guard down and breeze through the paperwork, right? Before you stipulate to all the terms in the sales contract, keep in mind that as far as the dealership is concerned, several factors are still in play. At this point, they will try to increase their bottom line with products, services and additional fees that may add up to hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars. To avoid getting blindsided, here’s a checklist of items to scrutinize, question, and, in some cases, outright refuse to pay.